Developing the right resourcing models: recruitment and retention considerations - Session two

Event date: 30 Sep 2021

AREAS COVERED

We are in a period of rapid change with a growing economy and a record number of job vacancies. However, diminished European labour and staff shortages are creating challenges for employers as they seek to resource the right individuals. Many employers have advanced their thinking in terms of how people work. Equally the workforce itself is rethinking how it wants to work. The shift away from typical employment models is accelerating.

We consider the current challenges facing organisations in respect of recruitment and retention taking into account the effect of the pandemic on different ways of working, overseas labour and continuing changes in respect of employment status.

The different models - legal pros and cons to keep in mind
  • Statutory Rights
  • Discrimination
  • Contracts
  • Benefits
  • Career progression
  • Disciplinary, performance management and grievances
  • Right to work

SPEAKERS

Simon Bellm
Partner, Employment

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson
Partner, Employment

Adam Williams
Partner, Business Immigration

DISCLAIMER
This webinar is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking, or refraining from taking, any action as a result of the contents of this webinar.
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